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    • kayleigh oberbeck

      Head of a Woman; Michael Sweerts (Flemish, 1618 - 1664); Eye-to-eye with an Italian peasant alive in the mid-1600s. The practice of painting the not-so-wealthy was relatively new at the time, and unfortunately many images of the poor were caricatures. Here the artist treats the subject with compassion, rendering her features with care.

    • Vlad Voloshin

      Head of a Woman, Michael Sweerts Flemish, about 1654 (Getty Museum)


      Head of a Woman, about 1654, Michael Sweerts, Flemish, 1618-1664

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